A horn speaker is also commonly referred to as a loudspeaker. They are widely used for public address in large venues such as, theatres, auditoriums and sports stadiums.
The main characteristic of a horn speaker is its shape. The throat part is connected to a speaker, the neck is the length of the horn and the mouth is the end part connected to the air. Common horn profiles are:
Horn speakers have swivel brackets, are durable, weather-resistant and can be easily mounted inside or outside.
Horn speakers have a radiating diaphragm that moves back and forth to push the air. The larger the diaphragm the more air is moved and thus increasing the sound energy.The horn itself gradually changes in diameter. The source of the sound at the horn throat engages with the air in the horn and then exits the horn mouth turning a soft sound into a loud one.